“Prayer Warriors” Implored To Show Support For AG Barr
Intercessors for America, a group that is known for prayer for America’s leaders sent a message on Tuesday to who they call “prayer warriors” regarding support for AG Bill Barr. The message implored the group’s followers to pray for Barr and to show their support by writing him a message through their website. The call to support came just days before the testimony of fired US Attorney, Geoffrey Berman, brought to light that Barr had lied about his attempts to get him to resign before firing him.
— IFApray.org (@IFAPray) July 13, 2020
IFA is a firm believer that Barr as well as President Trump have been victims of the “deep state” and the letter gave this as the reason Barr needs support. Those who want to send AG Barr a message of encouragement can write their own through the IFA website or use a default provided by the website.
The default message reads, “Thank you, Attorney General Barr, for protecting justice in our nation,” it begins. “I am grateful that you are pursuing the truth in relation to the investigation into surveillance and subversion in our government. I, like many Americans, am thankful for your boldness to call those to account who may have been perceived as untouchable to justice in our nation. Thank you for following the facts and the evidence.”
It goes on to say, “I want you to know that I am praying for you regularly as you continue to serve our nation in this very challenging and critical role. Know that I am thankful to have a man of faith and integrity like yourself leading the Department of Justice. I am not alone – there are so many people praying for you at this time.”
It concludes, “Many blessings to you as you continue to protect our Constitution, ensure our freedoms, and facilitate justice.”
For many, Barr has done nothing except protect President Trump, and those who see this believe Barr should be impeached. Many Democrats believe that Barr’s behavior with Berman could be criminal. Barr will testify in front of the House Judiciary Committee on July 28.